As part of the RadCAD's development process, it is necessary to compare RadCAD's results with other radiation tools and exact solutions when and where possible. Form factor algorithms have been previously verified with exact solutions. This paper will consider RadCAD's specular capabilities. First, radiation exchange factors will be compared against exact solutions and results from TRASYS for various geometries. Critical dimensions and optical properties are changed for each geometry. Second, a specular adjunct plate system will be used to verify absorbed heat fluxes. This particular geometric problem has had some attention in the literature. Previous authors have used this problem to validate software results with exact analytical solution. This paper will compare absorbed heat rates against the exact solution and other published results from other thermal radiation tools. The agreement between RadCAD and the exact solutions is good. The maximum error for both specular and diffuse exchange factors for both geometries and all optical properties was 3%. The absorbed fluxes differed by a maximum of 4% for the adjunct plate problem.